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the go. included with xfinity tv. xfinity, the future of awesome. the man right there. steve bannon fired from his role as white house chief strategist to the u.s. president donald trump. >> bannon has already rejoined the white ring news site breitbart and telling associates he can be a more powerful force for trump's agenda outside the white house. and spanish officials have identified a suspect wanted in connection with thursday's deadly van attack in barcelona. hello, and welcome to our viewers here in the united states i all around the world. i'm george howell. >> i'm nattily allen. it's 5:00 a.m. on the east
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coast. >> and i'm becky anderson in barcelona for you. it's 11:00 a.m. here. "cnn newsroom" starts right now. around the world, good day to you. the ex'white house strategist, steve bannon, says that had trump presidency is now over. now that he's been fired, no longer part of the administration. fired on friday, seven months into his job at the white house. hours later he was back into his previous position as the executive chairman of breitbart news right wing site, which he calls, quote, his killing machine. >> saying quote, the trump presidency that we fout for and won is over. we still have a huge movement, and we will make something of this trump presidency.
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and there will be good days and bad days, but that presidency is over. >> one white house official tells cnn bannon's firing was originally intended to take place two weeks ago was put off. >> the trump white house has now suffered a steady erosion of its biggest players since the earliest days of the administration. and steve bannon is just the latest. >> we've a look at bannon's short but stormy tenure at the white house. >> reporter: for the whole, improperly unexpected roaring raise to power the man whissering in donald trump's ear was steve bannon, a true believer at breitbart.com when few were. >> they were laughing me. when i hey, this guy trump, this is going to be very serious. >> reporter: more than a cheerleader bannon was the
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campaign's ideolog pushing themes some of which he crafted over the years on terrorism zaegs. >> we were in an outright war. >> reporter: on big money interests. >> our financial elites in the political class and taken care of themselves and led our country to it brink of ruin. >> reporter: on opponents in the political party and on the holy grail. bannon is a former navy officer and a former banker who made an early investment in the seinfeld tv series, which led to money and experience which he transformed to political battering rams. >> we do not want our kids and grandkids future taken away from us. and we're going to stand up and do what we need to do to make sure that doesn't happen.
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>> reporter: bannon's movies praised sarah pailen and the right of savaging hillary clinton and the left. >> with the clinton's, nothing is safe. everything is for sale. but we are the ones who are paying the price. >> reporter: and through it all he preached the gaus pospel of government run amok. >> unbelievable. unbelievable. >> reporter: by the time he and trump joined forces, bannon was fiercely going after the media and elites of all stripes. >> i say every day these working class men and women, middle class men and women are ten times smarter than this intellectual group. >> reporter: but bannon's outside status caused friction with d.c.'s insider. he fell out of favor with some trump family members. and critics never stopped howling about his ties to the
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alt-right movement with its racist undertones. >> we're a nation with a culture and a reason for being. and i think that's what unites us and i think that's what's going to unite this movement going forward. >> reporter: even though he's now out of the white house as he takes a role as breitbart's executive chairman, you can expect his war on washington to roll-on zblch if you think they're going to give our country back without a fight, you are sadly mistaken. >> tom, thank you for the report. bannon isn't the only trum aide leaving his post. another says he's leaving, too. the billionaire investor was the president's special advisor on regulatory reform. he said he's leaving because he didn't want partisan bickering on his role to cloud the administration. >> a religious advisor to the president says he's also
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stepping down. >> as time progressed, you look for change. you look for consistency. you look for responsibility and leadership. and i didn't see consistency in a set of core values that influenced and shaped his thinking. and when he vacillated over the last week especially over charlottesville i come to point where i had to make a decision to more than just step away. i had to fully disinage myself. and when you vacillate like that, that means there's not a set of core values you have determined to guide your decision making. instead it demonstrates you're being tossed between opinionoffs those around you. and i've got a problem with that kind of lack of leadership. >> all right, and now take a look at this photo. it certainly tells a story.afte
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surrounding president trump and the vice president michael flynn, sean spicer, reince priebus, and steve bannon. the president's original inner circle. all of them gone in less than -- susan condemned mr. trump's response, and says she doesn't need to hear anything the president has to say. earlier she explained how she never ended up speaking to anyone from the white house. >> at first i just missed his calls. the first call it looked like actually came during the funeral. i didn't even see that message. there were three more frantic messages from press secretaries throughout the day, and i didn't know why that would have have been on wednesday. and i was home recovering from the exhaustion of the funeral. so i really hadn't watched the news until last night. and i'm not talking to the
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president now. i'm sorry. after what he said about my child. and it's not that i saw somebody else's tweets about him. i saw an alcohol clip of him at a press conference equating the protesters like ms. heyer with the kkk and the white supremacists. >> at least one prominent republican was commenting on president trump's shrinking inner circle. here's what former house speaker into the ging rich told fox news just hours before it was announced. >> i think he's in a position now where he's much more isolated than he realizes. on the hill he has far more people willing to sit to one side and not help him right now. and i think he needs to recognize he's done a good first stepbriing in general kelly. but he needs to think about what
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has not worked. and you don't get down to the 35% range of approval and have people in your own party shooting at crow and conclude everything is going fine. >> and it is not just gingrich, other reporters have commented the same. >> good to have you with us, ellis. we've been talking about steve bannon this hour. so what impact will it bring to the white house now that steve bannon is out? >> at first glance it seems like a pretty major prove. this is a guy who's had a big impact on the policies the president focuses on or the energy around the white house. but, you know, every time we get one of these moves, we're disappointed by the level of impact it has because donald trump is the president. he runs the place very much in
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his own image and likeness. so if i'm betting sitting here right now, i'm betting you the trump presidency will be pretty similar in a week or two as the way it's been in the past couple of week. >> steve bannon has released several quotes suggesting in fact he'll be stronger now that he quotes, has what he has. what impact could he have with breitbart media as what he refers to husband as his killing machine? >> here's the question. is breitbart media a friend or a foe of the trump administration? lately it's been a little hard to play -- there's been some positive stuff, negative stuff. but with bannon back there is donald trump going to say, you know, it was frustrating sometimes to have steve bannon inside the tept. but, boy, he's much more dangerous outside the tent?
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that's what i'm going to be watching. >> let's talk about other people involved in this white house. one, for instance, the secretary of state rex tillerson who has many times i understand gone head to head with steve bannon. will this essentially make operations for secretary tillerson easier now that bannon is out? >> well, again, it's one play removed from a complex puzzle. keep your eyes on general kelly, the chief of staff. i mean under a normal administration, he would be a key, key figure in terms of setting the tone, in terms of figuring it out who it is has access. he has not yet had that impact we can see in his short time as chief of staff of donald trump. life goes on. in fact last week and this week together were probably the roughest patch so far, and that was after general kelly arrived. so in the end it really all does
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come back to the president himself. >> ellis, with contacts there. thanks so much for your time today. >> good seeing you guys. we're following police shootings that have occurred in this country, and we're learning more about them. three in the u.s. all targeting police. they say one officer has died in florida, south of orlando. another is in grave critical condition there. the police chief says they're investigating if this incident was an ambition. they have several suspects in custody. the u.s. president tweeting, my thoughts and prayers are with the police and their loved ones. and another one was shot with a high powered rifle. and police say two state troopers were thought late friday night in lafayette
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county. and coming back we go back to the multiple terror attacks that took place on the coast of spain. david. what's going on? oh hey! ♪ that's it? yeah. ♪ everybody two seconds! ♪ "dear sebastian, after careful consideration of your application, it is with great pleasure that we offer our congratulations on your acceptance..." through the tuition assistance program, every day mcdonald's helps more people go to college. it's part of our commitment to being america's best first job. ♪ lash sensational full fan effect mascara be sensational! from maybelline new york. our unique fanning brush reveals layers of lashes for the sensational full-fan effect. lash sensational mascara. make it happen ♪maybelline new york whoo! testis this thing on?! huh? c'mon! your turn! mmmm... where do pencils go on vacation?
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welcome back to "newsroom." police say that the deadly stabbings in the finish city are new being treated as acts of terror. at least two people died, eight others wounded during friday's incidents that took place at two
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markets. police say the suspects were injured while being aphenned by authorities. he's an 18-year-old moroccan citizen. >> and of course we continue to follow the terror attacks that have occurred in spain. our becky anderson is in barcelona and she joins us once again. >> reporter: thank you. reuters is joining -- they have a suspect at large but would not confirm if he was the one behind the wheel. now, four other suspects are currently in custody. and police killed another five in a shootout in cambrils, about 70 miles down the coast here from barcelona after they also ran a car into civilians thursday night. there were three connected events then along the coast leaving 14 civilians dead. first incident a house explosion
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in alcanar. investigators say explosives were being made and stored there. and a premature detonation leveled the house. police found traces of tatp, the same skuns used in deadly bombings in paris, brussels and manchester within the last two years. and they believe the attacks in barcelona and cambrils could have been far bloodier if the explosives had made it out of that house. what are our sources telling you there, isa. >> reporter: it's going to a house in alcanar, a bulldozer. we know this because when speakling to officials, they're basically saying they brought this bulldozer in because one of
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the other bulldozers they've used, that has actually been damaged. it was an explosion that weren't expecting in the recall ahours, about 5:00 p.m. on thursday, and now another has been brought in to move the rubble, move the stones and really try to have the more controlled explosions being carried out here, which we have seen the last hour or so. so what they're doing is moving bit by bit, putting it into small piles and having these controlled explosions. so this very house the exact focus from what the investigation is telling us. they believe from here those 12 individuals operated, this was the cell. and it was from here they planned the attack in barcelona and also in cambrils. in the last few hours we've also been putting the name and the faces to the people behind this horrific attack. one man is still on the run in
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the loose. a local media here saying he is 22 years of age, and he is a moroccan. we also know he comes from a town, a city north of barcelona. he is one of three other individuals who have been arrested. so police are licking at ripoll as part of the investigation, but clearly folking s their attention on this house. it's important because it helps us paint a picture perhaps of what these men were planning and how big of an attack theray wer planning. we know that tatp has been used in explosions in the paris attack and also in the manchester bombing in may,
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becky. >> reporter: you've been speaking to people locally. let's just step back from the information you've just given us, which is hugely important in what is this complex web the police are now trying to sort of pick apart here. you've been talking to locals. how do they feel about the possibility that there was an active cell in their area that could havep pulled off -- i mea they pulled off what was huge terror here in barcelona and down the coast. but the idea this could have been even bigger is awful. what are locals telling you? >> reporter: look, becky, i was in cambrils yesterday. you and i were talking from there yesterday. state of shock. many people having seen what many saw in the late hours of thursday night, but also a sense of defiance. but here where i am in alcanar,
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i mean if i just step to the side, there are about three or four properties on the main house where the house is sitting. but to the right of the camera, you'll be able to see another three or four. these houses almost like summerhouses. so many of the people here, they wouldn't have come across the alleged terrorists inside. although, we have been speaking to one lady who owns a house here, and she said some of her windows were actually blasted because of the explosions. but she said she saw them coming and going on several occasions but she didn't think anything of it, becky. so people very much in a state of shock for the information that is now coming in. >> reporter: an all too familiar scene it seems over the past couple of years here on mainland europe. isa, thank you. well, some of the victims who
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lost their lives in barcelona are being identified. 43-year-old jared tucker was on an anniversary of one year. his father describing the moment he learned his son was dead. >> it was just a few moments after he left, that's when the terrorist truck hit. and they were there but they weren't hurt. but then they tried to find jared afterwards, and nobody could find him. and they thought maybe he was just in one of the hotels they secured, until the police released it. when they released the people from the hotels -- >> reporter: two italian nationals were also killed in the attack. and 25-year-old rustle was vacationsing as well with his girlfriend. he was also wupded. in all nationals in all of 34 countries were killed or wounded. all those countries you see in
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yellow on this map. for more of the attacks here in spain, i'm joined by a sergeant who's a terror expert. i just want your view squrz you to see the headlines on two of these newspapers today. the set of 12 jihadies who are going to spread terror in catalunya. the cell to cause hundredoffs deaths. ias has just reported from alcanar. you've heard the evidence is building to suggest that house outside of which she has been reporting from, could have been what effectively is a bomb factory. and that could have brought terror the likes of which we cannot imagine. i mean it's been bad enough, it's been awful what we've seen here in barcelona and down the coast. but just reflect on what we are
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beginning to learn, if you will, about what happened here and what has developed over the past, what, 72 hours. >> well, becky, it's important the authorities have been able to piece this very complex web together. there's talk about a cell, but i would actually argue it appears there is a network. and that house in alcanar as you just described, being a bomb factory. they could have been plotting multiple attacks to hit spain. perhaps travel beyond the province to carry out the attacks. it brings eerie, very painful memories of the 2004 madrid train bombing. now, to the vehicle attack may have killed over a dozen. but it's possible if they were able to use those explosives, they could have killed dozens more, scores more. and it's an illustration of the
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fact there are these networks that exit embedded in europe. >> reporter: what does your intelligence, sergeant, tell you about the scope of any possible networks here in spain? >> the spanish authorities have been warning months before the attack in barcelona that there is a concern that potential terrorist aactivities on the rise. they were seeing a spike in electronic chatter. there have been arrests taken place. plots have been risrupted. if you piece those failed disrupted attacks together with the attacks in barcelona, you're actually seeing a series of a coordinated effort by those inspired by isis, those directed and those assisted by the group. and we have to remember we've seen a whole state of these vehicle attacks, turning cars
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into lethal weapons. london has experienced it several times, also in stockholm. and the worry is this is a low, sophisticated attack but nevertheless a high intensity and inflicts mass casualties. >> authorities here appear to be building a picture of a cell, network as perhaps we might describe it of characters who seem to have familial ties. and some of those ties are to morocco. again, what do you know -- what is your intelligence on the scope of affiliation outside perhaps of spain in north africa? >> well, again, it brings back similarities to the 2004 madrid train bombings. the cell was largely comprised of north african -- but nefblts
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the demographic thattize will try to tap into is in north africa. we know there's been a north african connection to terrorists, with plots there as well as in brussels airports and train bombings. the thing is isis will recruit anybody they can tap into. using a physical network, using a virtual network. if they're able to recruit people online, using the dark web, using encrypted message, it doesn't matter what the ethnic group is, they're looking for people susceptible to the ideology. >> reporter: your analysis is always extremely important to help us build a picture as indeed authorities continue to try and pick apart this complex web. sarge want, thank you. well, still ahead the firing of one of president trump's top
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aadvisers caps off what has been a tumultuous week for the u.s. administration. ahead, we'll have the details. plus the debate over confederate monuments is heating up in the united states. some say they sim blz racism and should be taken down. ces. and when you replace one meal... ...or snack a day with glucerna... ...made with carbsteady... ...to help minimize blood sugar spikes... ...you can really feel it. now with 30% less carbs and sugars. glucerna.
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seven months on the job. he immediately returned to his former position at breitbart news. in spain officials there have identified the suspect who is still at large in conduction to thursday's deadly van attack that took place in barcelona. but they have not confirmed this man was in fact the driver of that van. reuters news agency is reporting that spajs police say the driver could still be at large. in fin lpd at least two people were killed, eight wounded in a stabbing attack friday at two markets. police took a suspect into custody after shooting him in the leg. finish police say the stabbings are being treated as a terror attack. the lebanese army has launched a military operation against isis on its border of syria. while they simultaneously launched an offensive on the
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syrian side of the border. steve bannon's ouster capped off a week of extraordinary political upheaval in the trump administration. >> cnn's joe johns has more now on how the bannon firing became reality. >> reporter: yet another bombshell shakes the foundation of a the trump administration. the chief strategist forced out after a short and stormy tenure at the white house. >>, you know, i can run a little hot on occasions. >> reporter: bannon's departure comes at the end of a brutal week. but what may have been the last draw for bannon, a controversial interview, gave a prospect. saying there's no military option to deal with the threat. the official white house statement cited the tough new white house chief of staff john kelly whoob been trying to restore order to the west wing.
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john kelly and steve bannon have mutually agreed today today would be steve's last day. we are grateful for his service and wish him the best. the president had singled bannon's days were numbered in his impromptu news conference this week. >> he is a good man. he's not a racist. i can tell you that. we'll see what happens with mr. bannon. >> reporter: bannon saw part of his role as keeping the promises the president made during his campaign. >> hold us accountable to what we promised. hold us accountable on delivering what we promised. >> reporter: the blow back coming from the left and the right. reacting to the ouster on twitter with one ominous word, war. nancy pelosi welcomed the firing. bannon's ouster may not quell
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the blow back from the president's controversial lark remarks earlier this week. the mother of the woman who was killed in a car attack by an alt-right sympathizer says she has no interest in speaking to the president. >> i just missed his calls. the first call seemed like it came during the funeral. >> reporter: and because so many ceo's were resigning, there was news on friday a number of charities had pulled out of events at trump's mar-a-lago resort. joe johns, cnn, the white house. >> joe, thank you. and joe touched on this, it deadly events that took place in charlottesville, virginia. police in the united states are bracing over the possibility of more protests over the confederate monuments. >> the fight to remove these symbols is nothing new buzz has
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seemingly given new life. here's nick valencia. >> reporter: it's not just in the south. this week across america symbols of the confederacy were either taken down or vandalized. sparking the fight over several hundred monuments. they removed two commemorative plaques for general robert e. lee. >> because of this man, 300,000 americans were killed 3467. >> at some point you've got to move on, and you can't do stuff like this. it's just crazy. >> reporter: earlier in the week in durham, north carolina demonstrators toppled the statue of a confederate statue. seven protesters were arrested. at weston, arizona state and local officials woke up thursday to an extensively damaged confederate monument along the
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jefferson davis memorial highway. >> that's my family there. >> reporter: people like david mccallister are trying to protect monuments like this one. he leads a group called save southern heritage. elected officials in new orleans recently removed several confederate monuments. >> these monuments celebrate a fictional desanitized confederacy. ignoring the death, the enslavement, ignoring the terror it actually stood for. >> reporter: last week's deadly violence in charlottesville, virginia magnified the issue again. and in the wake of it all, the president's comments only seemed to widen the gap between opposing sides. >> i wonder is it george washington next week or thomas jefferson after. you really have to ask yourself where does it stop. >> and again the concern this weekend there'll be more
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protests over what we saw in charlottesville, virginia and over monuments. obviously we'll be continuing to cover these stories. >> it's going to depot on. and just hopefully somehow we can stay peaceful through it. >> still ahead here on "newsroom," spanish authorities have a daunting investigation ahead of them as they work to find the links among three terror incidents and bring those people responsible to justice. also, sierra leone, tragedy continues there. a mud slide killed hundreds of people this week. now a potential health crisis. notebooks! one cent! rulers, glue and 12-pack pencils! all one cent each! hurry to office depot office max! ♪taking care of business when this bell rings... ...it starts a chain reaction... ...that's heard throughout the connected business world. at&t network security helps protect business,
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live images of the memorial on las ramblas just 500 yards or so over my shoulder here in barcelona as people continue to remember those who lost their lives and have been injured in what has been this awful terror in spain. authorities still working to bring the perpetrators of thursday's terror attacks to justice. but in the long-term, perhaps the bigger question will be how to prevent more disasters in the future. with me now a research fellow at the research jackson society. we are learning this is a multifaceted where, complex ongoing investigation into what now seems to be three sites. a cell -- a significant cell it
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seems intent on wreaking havoc here in spain. as we consider what we are learning from authorities, and i must tell our viewers we are waiting for more information in the next minutes from the interior ministry on which we may get an update on what they know, just give me a sense of what you can see within all of this. >> so, of course, definitely the last year has been very tragic for europe with regards to incidents of this one. terrorism, especially truck attacks that have hit europe numerous times, different locations of europe. and of course more details regarding this particular case, the spanish case. what we know so far and what is really striking is the age of the perpetrators of the suspects. one of the suspects who was allegedly shot by the police is barely 17. and in terms of future actions, how do we deal with these
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individuals? of course we can convict, we can prosecute. however, across many jurisdictions people under 18 are considered to be children. and they have certain protections derived from their status as a minor. so what are our next steps if we discover that people that young 17 are involved in the plots. >> right. and you are posing some very, very important questions. and these aren't new questions. these aren't questions that authorities across europe have been asking themselves now for years. let's remember that one of the biggest attacks on mainland europe was in madrid here in spain back in 2004. but in the last couple of years we are all too familiar with these sort of scenes we've seen here in spain over the past 72 hours or so. so are we coming up with any conclusions, any answers to the questions that you have just
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posed? >> well, it is still ongoing debate on what to do with the people who commit terrorist related offenses, of course. and especially when they are under age, when they're minors. what, of course, investigation how to do now is to carry out investigations into links northern african locations. for instance, in the case of spain, a very interesting observation is that a lot of people who have joined foreign fighters from spain are actually from the north african spanish territories, right? and allegedly some of the perpetrators from this attack also have links. so that's one of the ideas, of course. >> reporter: if indeed a 17-year-old is involved in this attack, how do we rationalize
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that? >> so, of course, the spanish complex is quite different. because spain is different from repeat migration. we can't compare to the u.k. for instance or even the u.s. which has been the site of immigration for many decades. however, we see many similar patterns in spain. immigration syndrome many people experience from the second generation. as we've already said, more details are yet to emerge whether these perpetrators were raised in spain, whether they my migrated there at some point and experienced some inequality issues. but this is one of the factors they could have experienced. alienation, discrimination and other factors migrants experience. we know that catalunya is definitely one of the most
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significant choices for migration because it's an highly industrialized area. so barcelona, specifically. so it is not as surprising that catalunya has around 18% immigrant population, with immigrant descent. and the muslim community is quite significant, in fact, in catalunya. so many of them are of course mainly labor migrants. many them if you look at the demographics of them, they're male. they're not married. and many the south population immigrants. but we have to still look in the factors that force these young people besides the ideology,
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islamist ideaelg. we already know it is a factor. >> reporter: and we appreciate your thoughts this morning out of london. we are in barcelona. coming up sierra leone still reeling from this week's mud slide. hundreds killed, hundreds more missing. and now a potential crisis for the health of those who survived and others. whoo! testis this thing on?! huh? c'mon! your turn! mmmm... where do pencils go on vacation? (loud speaker) pencil-vania! pencilvania! (laughing) frosted just right. crunch in every bite. kellogg's frosted mini-wheats. what's going on? oh hey! ♪ that's it? yeah. ♪ everybody two seconds! ♪ "dear sebastian, after careful consideration of your application, it is with great pleasure that we offer our congratulations on your acceptance..."
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quickly. all have stalked this city. heavy rains which caused the hills >> some people were so badly mutilated byprepared. even as the country reaches for closure, there's still body parts buried in the mud and some were rushed to sea. the presence of so many corpses could lead to a serious health crisis. >> we have put preparedness in place all across, you know, the city. and we'll proceed to the provinces also. we're seeing already, you know, the water that they're washing with skin infection. we are quick to appoint, but as you know, no country could do it
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alone. >> and what cannot be imagined or seen is the smell of death which stillingers since monday's tragedy unfolded. >> we will bury our loved ones but we will not bury our hopes. as the sun sets, the living remember the dead in a candle lit vigil. it is their hope that sierra leone will rise again. >> get the latest on the weather conditions in sierra leone. >> yeah. this is right in the middle of the rainy season in africa. there's several more weeks to come of heavy rainfall and therefore, the threat of rainfall. >> we have what are called the
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west coast of africa and hurricanes that impact us in north america and you can see some of these tropical waves that continue to traverse the region. an extremely heavy downpour of rain and they receive these about every five days as they continue to move over the region. they've seen about 700 millimeters since the fist of july which is over 200% of their rainfall and our computer models are predicting more as they predict more rainfall for this west african nation. this is a very mountainous area of the world. the region, the sugar loaf mountain, where the landslide occurred, this part of the world has seen an extreme amount of
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forest coverage just in that century. and when you start losing vegetation we start seeing decrease in landslides so there's several factors here. it's also human caused problems like that being deforestation and loss of vegetation so it's leading to scenes like this. we don't have the root structures in place on the sides of these mountain slopes and you have to think some are forced to live on the mountain tops because the population continues to grow so quickly. >> thank you for watching cnn newsroom. >> cnn talk is next. "new day" starts right after the break.
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